NBIA-researchers receive EU grant
Emil Bjerrum-Bohr, Jacob Bourjaily, Poul Henrik Damgaard and Michael Trott have received 4.4 million DKK from the EU as part of the Innovative Training Network (ITN) called SAGEX ("Scattering Amplitudes: from Geometry to Experiment"). The grant allows the group to hire two PhD-students who will work on modern developments towards a highly efficient computation of scattering amplitudes. In total 15 PhD-students will be associated with this EU network, the remaining 13 fellowships being associated with Queen Mary University London (main nolde), Humboldt University in Berlin, DESY, Durham University, CEA Saclay, Trinity College Dublin, and RISC GmbH in Germany. The two PhD-students at the NBIA will start in the fall of 2018.